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image located by Valentin Poposki, 19 February 2010
The flag of Peepeekisis First Nation is diagonally divided in four triangles.
The upper one is white, the one to the hoist is red, the lower one is green, and
the one to the fly is black (or dark blue?). In the center a bird, and
semi-circled inscription in white letters "PEEPEEKISIS CREE NATION NO. 81". It
can be seen here:
About the Nation:
"Cau ah ha cha pew (Making Ready the Bow) was the first Chief of this Band, who signed the original treaty, on September 15, 1874 in Qu'Appelle. Upon his death his son, Peepeekisis (Sparrow Hawk), took over the role as Chief. This Band left the Cypress Hills and eventually settled in the File Hills in 1884. At this time there was a population of approximately 142 followers. Today there is a population of 2466 with 758 residing on the reserve. Peepeekisis is part of the Treaty 4 territory along with 35 other Bands from Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba." - from: http://peepeekisis.com/Home.html. Quarters are in Saskatchewan.
Valentin Poposki, 19 February 2010